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at? >> the judge is going to look at whether essentially this is junk science or whether this meets the technical standard that is appropriate for a court. whether he is following the generally excepted principles in his community. he has already testified that he has testified in dozens of cases, primarily in california where he is from, that he has used this animation many times to help a court or trier fact like a jury understand the facts and in this case what he has done is put together information from the police reports, from the audio recordings from all of the evidence in the case to try to create a representation of what happened from the defense point of view. >> let's talk about some of the significant things that have happened the last 24 hours and craig melvin and i were talking about this at the top of the show about the decision by the judge to allow the thc or the marijuana use evidence in now. we don't know for sure whether or not they are going to use that but what are the chances they would and how significant could it be? why would they use it? >> if it does com
fruit drink was in the pocket pulling the shirt away. dimaio through science is trying to establish for this jury that that's what happened. he also said trayvon martin was likely conscious, capable of speech and motion for 10 to 15 seconds after the shooting. that's important because george zimmerman says that trayvon martin spoke said, you got me, you got me. also we know that trayvon martin's hands, according to zimmerman, were spread out but when the body was found the hands were underneath and the defense would like to use this to explain how that could have happened. finally, george zimmerman's injuries, a big point for the defense throughout this trial, a lot of witnesses have said very nye minor, just a couple of little cuts that bled a lot. everything healed up. he only had a couple of band-aids, no real medical treatment. dr. dimaio is the first witness that the jury has heard from that said actually these injuries could be fairly serious. there is at least six of them and there could be major head trauma. >> lisa, let's also talk about the toxicology reports. the judge ha
down all day with all of this terrible science and glad-handing. and to be frank, i get to move to new york next month so i don't have to live in fear of your texas legislators anymore, and what you're going to do about this. i will thank you, though, first. it was destiny that you would discriminate against us and try to force yourself inside the bodies of women, thank you for working against us women so publicly and not in the shadows like you are used to. thank you for your press conference and bad information. thank you for your hateful statements, reducing women to brood mares, you have radicalized hundreds of thousands of us. no matter what you do, women and their allies are coming for you. let's start down the line, senator campbell, you're an eye doctor, i won't make you the expert on productive health. we can give you all the children with problems, since we don't have sex ed. you are about as -- excuse me, this is my government, ma'am. i will judge you. i will judge you, ma'am. is this counting against my time? >> yes, it is. >> the senator talking against me. >> yes, it is.
the professor of science at columbia university. dorian, this was the issue you studied. this walmart fight in chicago, it is ear eerie, i was in chicago reporting on it at the time. it is eerie how similar this fight is to that one. >> yes, chris, it is eerie, and i wish i could have bet on this in vegas somewhere. this is walmart's playbook. this is out of walmart's playbook for how they treat black communities and their elected officials. we saw this in 2006 as you mentioned, where they made explicit threats about a $10 an hour living wage. that was his first and only veto in 22 years in office. >> the council basically all they did was daly's bidding, they were this ridiculous rubber stamp body. they were vetoed. >> and he was able to twist some arms so they couldn't override the veto. what was walmart worried about in that case, the precedent that bill would set, that other municipalities, where it has to seek expansion, it has to open stores in urban america, urban america that it's avoided for 30 years. this is also, just to give you more context. we 15u the same thing in 2003 in eng
, not on science and reason. it is a woman's constitutional right to have an abortion. >> reporter: the bill was filibustered during regular season sets minimum regulatory standards for clinics and physicians. including requiring abortion doctors to have privileges at nearby hospitals in case there are complications. >> the abortion lobby is opposing common sense regulations that wean sure that clinics in texas did not have the same atrocious conditions that we're seeing in a clib he can multiple clinics. >> reporter: opponents say the regulatory burdens would come with significant financial costs and would lead to what they believe is the real purpose behind the bill, the closure of 37 of the 42 abortion clinics now operating in texas. a cecile richards says takes fight we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again. cecile rich fight we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again.cecile richat we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again. cutting off access to life saving preventive care or safe and legal abortions will not be stood for. gover
and make them 20 weeks or down to eliminate late term abortions that now science has proven the babies feel pain. but, a federal judge. you know it was going to happen. now is trying to block the law in wisconsin. tell me what the law exactly says. >> the law in wisconsin is not about the 19 weeks or the 2 o0 weeks. the law in wisconsin passed a month ago says, look, if you are a doctor and you want to perform an abortion in wisconsin, you have to have privileges at a local hospital within 30 miles of the clinic. and the idea being the proponents of this law said, you know, we want you to have privileges. if something happens to a woman after an abortion. >> bill: you need to get to a hospital does that make sense to you. >> that makes sense you can't have the doctor filling up the hospital. the judge said no temporarily restrained it meaning temporarily restrained the law from going into effect saying, wait, due process for those doctors. you can have doctors. >> bill: due process. >> let me get to the other side. due process for doctors who perform operations that don't need to have visit
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case. the best answer to the science is, you don't know hoodies, doctor, i don't think you're getting very far. >> all right, let's listen to dr. di maio on how long trayvon martin could have been conscious after this bullet. >> if i, right now, reached across and put my hand through your chest, grabbed your heart and ripped it out you could stand there and talk to me for ten to 15 seconds or walk over to me. because the thing that is controlling your movement and ability to speak is the brain. and that has a reserve supply of ten to 15 seconds. >> ken patowitz, what was the net effect of his testimony about what trayvon martin was physically capable of after that bullet entered his body? >> well, it was very effective, because the defense was trying to show how trayvon martin could have moved his hand under his body and support george zimmerman's account of what happened. but the problem is, like all experts, that some people may say was a cocky statement by the expert. because the prosecution would say how many people have had their hearts ripped out and walk down the street? and yo
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's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. in the weekdays with bernie segment tonight. criticism by some in the media that secretary of state and president obama were involved with trivial pursuits instead of play paying attention to the blow up in egypt. >> i don't know how this happened it was terrible optics. the next day the president goes golfing and secretary kerry is out on his yacht. what does that say to young people in egypt across the middle east part of the debate about america's interest in the region? >> bill: is that criticism justified? joining us now from north carolina the purveyor of bernard goldberg.com about mr. goldberg. we have eaten this before not only in president obama with bush the younger, dwight eisenhower golfing, while the sof soviets are moving across poland whatever. justified? >> i think the analysis that you just played is absolutely correct. the optics are terrible. the president of the united states of america is playing golf in short pants and a polo shirt while one of the most
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in dealing in forensic science. >> yes. this is what he does for a living. he makes these recreations. apparently that's what they were spending some time talking about, his experience in doing this. the last time we just checked in about three or four minutes ago, he was talking about a motion capture suit he also uses to help recreate the two characters involved. it sounds like it's quite the elaborate animation. it's difficult to gauge at this point. sometimes when we listen to judge nelson we can tell which way she might be leaning. it's tougher this time. a lot of times it's easier to tell which way she's leaning because she wraps it up a little quicker but she's allowing this thing to go on a little longer than some of these hearings. daniel schumacher on the stand from california and this is apparently what he does. >> craig, thank you. lisa, how important is this to the defense, if they don't have this? >> it's obviously important enough i'm sure they spent a significant amount of money on it. they are spending a lot of time fighting for it. i think it is significant in this w
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> ed snowden has not accepted an offer of asylum from venezuela. that's according to wikileaks of all things. earlier today a russian politician tweeted that the former national security agency contact contractor had order. the tweet vanished a few seconds later. nicaragua and libya offered asylum. ed snowden is hanging out in the transit zone at moscow's airport. it's been a long time. catherine herridge in d.c. what's the reaction in d.c. >> the state department insisting today when the russian president vladimir putin said he wanted snowden to leave schlarb as soon as possible. russia was saying they didn't want negative fallout. >> they said they didn't want this to exact our relationship. we have a lot of the issues we are still working on. they have the opportunity to do the right thing here, absolutely. >> also today the leaders of boliviaia, cuba, ecuador, nicaragua and venezuela protesting this incident to the united nations when the bolivian president's plane flying from moscow last week was forced to make an uns
to the jury. he knew the medicine. he knew the science, and he applied it to the facts in this case. he was a very, very good witness. and the prosecution's cross examine fell a little bit flat. i was hoping for maybe some better questioning. maybe they hired their own expert that would give them questions on how to battle with this expert in court. and i just didn't see that. i saw a very flat cross-examination by the prosecution. so i think the win definitely goes for the defense in this case. this was an excellent witness for them. >> faith, the jury has heard now expert on the other side saying that they felt that trayvon was on top. or was on the bottom, rather. we heard eyewitnesses saying they think both. i raise a question to ken on whether it was a wash. but let me ask you differently. if i'm on the jury, and i'm looking for the fact that the claim is self-defense, does the fact that whoever is on top really establish to me whether someone had to shoot and kill to save their life? i mean, does it really matter? >> that's what the defense wants to focus on. they want to focus al
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along the way, but if you could advise the swr jury what you mean and the science behind impact weapons. >> sure. for the impact weapons, we're talking about batons. anything from a side handle baton to what is commonly carry which is an expandible asp kind of baton. they range anything from wood bat be to metal baton. impact weapons is geared towards those weapon systems, designed specifically for blocking and striking purposes. >> are there particular ways to actually use those weapons as opposed to just striking somebody with it or how does a lay person know the basis for your training and how to use a weapon like that? >> for an impact weapon -- for all the weapon systems in law enforcement, there are basic -- what they call basic operator certification courses that are taught to law enforcement professionals. these courses are designed to deep them the laws surrounding the use of the weapons system. they're design to education them on how to carry, present and also utilize, whether it's striking or blocking or some of the weapon systems and some of the techniques they teach can be
months based on the pain, based on the science and technology that we have today that we did not have 40 years ago. that is my purpose. >> you are putting an undue burden on women, wouldn't you agree? >> let me tell you, i'm going on the premise that abortion clinics will close. i disagree. i do not believe they will close. there's nothing in this bill that mandates or forces them to close. >> joining me now is the woman who stopped the bill cold two weeks ago putting the debate on the national stage. texas state senator wendy davis. senator davis, thank you so much for being with us. >> hi. >> thank you so much. your reaction to the vote. it happened an hour ago. clearly the opposition was rolled over. this wasn't a day where you could launch a filibuster. is there anything else legislatively that you can do to stop this from going to the senate? >> well, it will come over to the senate now, and it's expected that we may hear it as early as friday, perhaps sunday or monday. with so many days in the second session, filibustering the bill would require a super human fete that none of us i
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a storybook ending. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. ♪ >>> welcome back. greta is back with us from sanford, florida, and has a unique vantage point outside the courtroom where protesters started to gather. earlier we discussed introduction of race by some external forces, pushing the case against zimmerman. greta, dana has a couple questions about the charges and about the protesters that are behind you. >> so greta, you probably learned this in your first week of law school, but i'm going to go ahead and ask a question i think i need more clarification on. the difference between second degree murder and manslaughter, and for people that are behind you gathering, say that they're looking for a verdict against zimmerman, would manslaughter satisfy what they're demanding? >> reporter: let me first get to the question of manslaughter versus murder two. it is a good question. every state defines it a bit differently. i'll tell you what florida does. manslaughter is not accidental killing, it is intentional killing for which you have no justification, you kil
need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> laura: continuing now with breaking news coverage of the murder trial that has captured the country's attention. last year, shortly after george zimmerman shot and killed trayvon martin, in what zimmerman claims was self-defense, bill spoke with trayvon martin's mother, sabrina fulton and with the the martin family attorney benjamin crump. >> bill: first time i have talked with you ms. fulton, everybody on my staff feels this way. we are sorry you have to be here and go through. this i have a son. i can't imagine the pain that you go through. you know your son is there one day and the next day is he gone. i think all americans are feeling your pain. we all want justice in the case. last night i said that from the very beginning, i don't know whether you know it, but certainly counselor crump calls we just called for calm. we said let the system work. let's not convict this zimmerman on television. let's not make these wild charges. a lot of people didn't follow my advice. they did
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's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> we're live outside the sanford, florida, courtroom where a jury has the case and deciding the fate of george zimmerman. this case a lightning rod from the beginning. february 26th, 2012, zimmerman shot trayvon martin. >> breaking news tonight. one man dead. another in a jail cell. police say they were called out to a home at retreat circle. >> neighbors here are still just shocked. they say this is the most bizarre thing for their neighborhood. they say it's such a quiet neighborhood and they say that the gunman was a member of their neighborhood watch. >> he walked out the house to go to the store. he was going to the store. >> i don't know why they're yelling help. i don't know. okay. send someone quick please. >> does he look hurt to you? >> we understand that the local fbi office has been in contact with the local authorities and monitoring the situation. >> no justice. >> no peace. >> protests and marches continue today. in washington, chicago and st. louis. >> don't talk to us like we're stupid. don't talk to us like
in school. >> she blinded me with science with this song and luckily i had the right key and he let me try it. >> steve: how did that go? can do you some of it right now? >> i don't remember "she blinded me with science." but i can play ♪ something like that. that was it. that was the beginning of it all right there. put that trumpet down! it was a school trumpet. >> brian: you've been at this for 25 years. you sound like you broke out in the mid 90s? >> about halfway through, yeah. >> brian: this new album, "susie cracks the whip" came out at the end of 2012. tell me the theory hyped the name of the album. >> well, there was actually we were celebrating our 25 years and one of the interns there named susie, she had did everything from the laundry to vocal tracks. she was just a real work horse there and she just seemed to be running things by her enthusiasm. she was really young. so she reminded us of the young. so we kind of made her a super hero. she's out there in l.a she's probably watching us. hi, susie. >> steve: congratulations. they named an album after you. now, the name of the
is that we don't -- we are generally afraid of bad things happening. because what the science shows, and george zimmerman has actually expressed this, both of these elements, when he has described what happened. he was generally afraid of crime, and we know he called the police 46 times over a period of six years, always reporting a black man in his neighborhood. >> so this point is a useful one, toure. when you bring up the implicit attitudes test, the implicit attitudes test do not show open racism. they don't demonstrate that someone uses the "n" word or walks around having stereotypes. they show these very deeply ingrained beliefs that folks have in momentary decision making, which is more important in shooting, and less important in shooting. we don't vote in a nanosecond, but police do make a decision about shooting in a nanosecond. so how, toure, are we to read whatever this outcome is? whether it's second-degree, whether it's manslaughter, or whether it's an acquittal, should we read about this, or it is a reflection of what these six women on the jury are having in their ow
with potentially life saving abilities. it is today's big idea. he won top prize at the intel science fair snagging the $75,000 award for inventing a sensor that can accurately detect pancreatic cancer in a routine blood test. he joins us live right now. good to see you. congratulations on your win. we'll get more to your reaction when you heard that you did win. if you can, describe to us this device that you have created that you got that win for. >> thanks so much for having me on the show. essentially what i developed is this like a diabetic test strip. it requires like a drop of blood and will determine exactly how much of this one protein is in your blood stream and whether or not you have this cancer, and it works for pancreatic, ovarian and lung cancer and can be broadly extended to other diseases. it costs three cents and takes five minutes to run and it makes it 168 times faster, over 26,000 times less expensive and over 400 times more sensitive than the current methods of diagnosis. >> not bad, i got to say. really amazing stuff there. just when we talk about pancreatic cancer, some 40,0
, you know. i studied political science. who knows? it's hard to find a date. >> steve: oh, really? it turns out announcing her dating woes to the world helped. actor adam sandler came to the rescue and helped set her up with basketball star, as we saw right there. but we have -- >> gretchen: shaq. >> steve: we also have some takers as well. >> gretchen: these guys are putting their hat in the ring? >> steve: that's our crew. >> gretchen: all right! fantastic! nana, if you're watching, we have three our prospects for you. shaquille o'neal or bird dog joel, our floor manager there? >> steve: brian kilmeade also outside with a look at sports today. >> brian: how is it going? we are outside. the weather is holding up. good thing we have a retractible roof should something happen. in a moment, a real fantastic athlete who is going to have a great future. but now this. san francisco giants pitcher chad goh dean, in hot water for groping a woman in a hospital. he began touching her. police held him -- he was held down until police could get him. let's move to the other story. david ortiz
these things sound okay. but they are really a lot of times based on bad science, bad reporting, and there's other ways we can manage things without adding another regulation. if there's a real issue we need to pass a law. >> thanks a lot. >> thanks so much. >>> up next the jury in george zimmerman murder trial continues deliberations this morning but have they already made up their mind and come to a verdict? we'll take a look at who they are and what they might decide. plus a huge shake up caught live on television. [ noise ] >> oh. studio had a little bit of a ruckus. we'll have to see what that's about. >> we'll tell you what caused that massive boom still ahead. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphom
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